My abuser is a covert/introvert narcissist. He scares me. As a matter of fact, his entire family scares me…have never met a group of people so cold and so skilled at making you feel like your nuts. I’m lucky to be alive.
PART 2: Moving forward with knowledge, education, support and introspection! Purging the negative messages out, accepting the truth that they are abusive, and concentrating on YOU!
From my Book – From Charm to Harm and Everything else in Between with a Narcissist! @ https://www.amazon.com
You will return to the past to recall, remember and review many details. This is not you obsessing but instead a viable part of the process that is very necessary for recovery and healing. This is all new material and you are starting from square one to internalize what this abuse is and connecting it to what you thought existed but did not exist (the love, relationship, memories, dreams, goals, etc.). So, you must actualize what really existed and replace those emotional connections with the stark reality of the truth. NEXT, you must emotionally detach yourself from the disordered Narcissist that you loved and grasp the reality of this massive deception that eroded your being and world. It is hard to separate from the emotions and accept the reality of…
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